Non si deve profanare il sonno dei morti

Synopsis: From Spanish Director Jorge Grau comes this carefully constructed and beautifully photographed tale of the undead roaming the English countryside.

Two traveling companions, George (Ray Lovelock) and Edna Simon (Christine Galbo), come across a small town infested with the “living dead” that are satisfying their cannibalistic hunger on anyone they come across. Discovering that an agricultural machine using radiation waves is at the root of all the havoc, George and Edna fight for survival and their innocence as they are pursued by a relentless detective who is convinced they are responsible for the ghoulish acts of violence plaguing the countryside. All this leads to a gruesome showdown at the Manchester Morgue — an ending that knots a horrifying twist in the lives of all involved!
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Non si deve profanare il sonno dei morti 7.0

Seeing as this movie seems a bit influenced by ‘Night of the Living Dead’, it can’t be all bad. But it’s nothing special either; it’s simply a decent zombie movie (if you like that sort of thing).

But the acting isn’t always top-notch, the direction either. One thing that is notable about it, is the foreground presence of the sound effects – it’s as if they decided to over-emphasize them to create the tone of the movie. It kind of works; I thought it gave it a unique approach.

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